FBI kept using Steele dossier for FISA applications despite documenting ex-spy’s bias, documents show

Newly released records show that the FBI formally documented the bias of British ex-spy Christopher Steele shortly after the November 2016 presidential election, yet continued to use his unverified dossier in multiple Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court warrant application renewals, records obtained by Judicial Watch show.

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Delay In DOJ Inspector General’s Report Due To ‘Reluctant Witnesses’ Coming Forward at ’11th Hour’

DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’ report on possible FISA abuse by the FBI was expected in May or June. It…

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Strzok-Page texts debated whether to share details with DOJ on key London meeting in 2016

Text messages between former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page debating how much information to share with the Justice Department about a London meeting — days after the bureau opened its initial Russia investigation — are drawing fresh scrutiny as alleged surveillance abuse and the probe’s origins are investigated by three separate probes, Fox News has learned.

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Amid Trump diplomacy, US intel official recently questioned North Korea’s intent, emphasized ‘ground truth’

President Trump has called his historic handshake summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un “a great day for the world,” but days before the meeting Sunday, a senior U.S. intelligence official assessed that Kim was not prepared to give up his stockpile of nuclear weapons, and that North Korea’s military has continued to “train hard.”

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Iran likely at ‘inflection point,’ launching attacks to change ‘status quo,’ Defense Intelligence Agency director tells Fox News

Iran is likely at “an inflection point,” and the recent attacks on tankers and the downing of a U.S. surveillance drone appear to be part of an effort to change “the status quo,” the director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) told Fox News exclusively.

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